Marty Jackley to Star in New Comedy This Fall

“Residents Grow Weary of the Attorney General’s Vindictive Sense of Humor”

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Marty Jackley without Lokki’s Mask

10-13-15 Sioux Falls, SD. By Devin Saxon. Much to the dismay of South Dakotans state-wide, Attorney General Marty Jackley has once again made the public aware that his office is keen on subjecting the citizenry to yet another show playing out his horrible taste in comedy. This comes as residents are still unable to determine whether Jackley’s initial blockbuster premiere was a horror flick, satire, or just some sick sadistic mingling between the two genres with a dab of perverting justice to add some wild card spice.

The Mask2Who could forget Jackley’s first motion picture where he donned a man playing the Attorney General of South Dakota who just so happened to find a mask with magical powers that, when worn, conjured up the ancient Norse god Lokki to posses him — turning Jackley into a supernatural playboy exuding charm and confidence allowing his office to break the law at will through-out the movie, which went on to be aired through-out South Dakota on every corporate owned local news-station.

With his magic mask, Jackley was then able jester his way past reason and logic into covering-up countless transgressions perpetrated by criminal elements currently plaguing South Dakota’s now the_mask___removing_by_hyperomegasonic-d5auwtpinfamous state government. The irony to Jackley’s show (spoiler alert) is that Marty made certain to only wear his magic mask when not in the public’s eye, assuring that only his victims were privy to seeing it.

Towards the end of the movie, Richard Benda, playing South Dakota’s Economic and Development Director, was found shot dead in the woods. Following this event came perhaps one of the best one-liners in the entire flick with the state’s investigation, lead by the masked-man Jackley, concluding that Benda had “secured a shotgun against tree” and “used a stick to press the trigger, shooting himself in abdomen.” The state went on to blame Benda for millions of dollars in missing money from a corrupted EB-5 program which Benda was managing — signed off on by the then Governor Mike Rounds.

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Critics are unsure whether this aspect of the plot-line was a joke, or simply a sinister tragedy involving a cover-up at the highest levels of government.

Despite the critic’s concerns, fans roared last year at the release of the classic sequel to The Jackley Mask starring Bob Mercer, a reporter with the Rapid City Journal. Last year’s second installment brought a showdown between Mercer and Jackley resulting in Mercer suing the Attorney General to disclose details of the DCI’s investigation into the highly questionable “suicide” of Richard Benda.

Later on in the much anticipated follow-up film, The Jackley Mask: Part II, Mercer gets a hotly debated ruling handed down to him from 2014’s best supporting star, Judge Kathleen Trandahl, playing herself. Trandahl nearly won an academy award for best actress for what many are saying was the best line of the film:

“There is no evidence that the attorney general abused his discretion by making consent from a member of Benda’s immediate family a precondition to disclosure. Recognizing that Benda’s family may have personal and privacy reasons to keep the details of his suicide confidential is not unjustified or unreasonable.” – Judge Kathleen Trandahl

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Perhaps the most controversial installment of The Jackley Mask Trilogy was Part III, which aired earlier this summer starring Dr. Annette Bosworth, a political heavy-weight upon launching her first candidacy. In the movie Dr. Bosworth challenged The Jackley Mask’s regime’s handling of the Mettle Rape Scandal, Richard Benda’s Death, the missing EB-5 money, and Brady Folkens’ murder among many other talking-points. In doing so she out-raised the establishment favorite, Senator Mike Rounds, in campaign funds — leaving Jackley no choice but to dust off and take up Lokki’s mask once again.

Arguably the best joke aired on TV this past summer season was when Jackley’s character finally donned Lokki’s mask in Part III, and filed felony charges against Bosworth for “perjury” and filing a “false instrument” over petitions she signed. The charges stemmed from this statement found on the bottom of petitions being circulated throughout South Dakota:

“I, under oath, state that I circulated the above petition, that each signer personally signed this petition in my presence, and that either the signer or I added the printed name, the residence of the signer, the date of the signing, and the county of voter registration.” 

Jackley’s evidence? Dr. Bosworth’s signature states she “under oath” witnessed 12 signatures on a Hutterite colony sign her petition while she was on a Christian medical relief mission in the Philippines, so Bosworth couldn’t have been present in South Dakota to collect the 12 signatures personally.

No word yet as to what the term “oath” in this statement is actually pertaining to or what the contents of the “oath” are to begin with. Speculations are running wild as South Dakota’s law-books and statutes don’t explain it either. Many residents are now asking themselves, who is actually supposed to be giving the oath to the circulator and who is supposed to be witnessing it? The Notary? Notaries don’t have any “oath” to read off that a circulator repeats and swears to while holding up their right hand.

With this many unanswered questions swirling around some legal advisers are informing notaries NOT to notarize any petitions at all in an attempt to prevent notaries themselves from committing “perjury” and “filing a false instrument” which they may be guilty of, according to South Dakota’s laws, by notarizing a petition without witnessing a specific oath being given to each particular petition circulator to swear to.

Regardless of the  faulty “oath” vendetta, Bosworth’s hired attorney and legal counsel for her campaign, Joel Arends, advised her that she was “good to go” when she asked if it was ok for her to sign as the circulator for a petition with 12 signatures he knew she had not been physically present to witness. Arends was later found to have been helping to raise funds for Bosworth’s opponent, Senator Mike Rounds, before Arends gave her his faulty legal advise.

Screen-Shot-2015-09-16-at-12.16.57-PMIf that wasn’t enough, Arends was recently accused of illegally raising funds and running a campaign event for Donald Trump with an unrecognized and likely criminal political action committee — with Arend’s knowing full well that the IRS had revoked his PAC’s non-profit status. 

Unfortunately, none of that stopped the masked-man Jackley from his overzealous prosecution and convincing the courts to find Dr. Bosworth guilty of 12 felonies — effectively stripping away an esteemed doctor’s medical license.

As audiences were expecting the credits to roll following Bosworth’s persecution and sentencing, another plot twist occurred in Jackley’s show that blew everybody away. With many holding out in anticipation to see if the mad-man Jackley would be back at it with his mask again, sources have indeed confirmed that it does appear that a spin-off series is now in the making to be released this fall featuring Dr. Bosworth’s husband, former Libertarian candidate for Attorney General and outspoken critic of ‘Ol Marty, Chad Haber, who is now being charged by Jackley’s office with the same crimes as his wife, but this time for only two signatures he signed as a circulator for “under oath,” under the same legal advice and counsel as Bosworth.

This comes as a shocker to viewers, many of whom were expecting to see charges filed against former state representative Steve Hickey, who also signed petitions he was not personally present to witness according to an affidavit filed by former Independent candidate for lieutenant governor, Lora Hubbel. Hickey has since fled to Scotland to study “ethics.”

After searching for days on the Internet for an answer to how an American can be charged with a crime pertaining to filing a petition, #DakotaZFreePress came across an old document written by some people way back in the day. These people claim to be “founders” of some sort, and must of all had children because they also claim to be “fathers” of a country. This document contains a list of ten unalienable rights given by our creator — rights that the federal or state governments are forbidden to interfere with in any manner what-so-ever. Luckily I stumbled upon the first unalienable right right away and jotted it down quickly before losing interest and forgetting about it, as many in the K-12 public education system are likely to do now that the Revolutionary War has been cut out of the history curriculum. The passage is quoted as follows:

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and TO PETITION THE GOVERNMENT for a redress of grievances.” – 1st Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America, also known as THE SUPREME LAW OF THE LAND 

Abridging seems to be a key word in that passage. Whatever abridge means is something that Congress can NOT do UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES WHAT-SO-EVER to any person who petitions the government for a redress of grievances. According to this “Constitution of the United States of America” written by “WE THE PEOPLE,” if Congress did pass a law which did “abridge” a persons God-given FREEDOM to petition the government for a redress of grievances, that law would need to be ruled as unconstitutional by the courts, because if the courts failed to do so in their duty as Americans, then the government would in fact lose it’s consent to govern the people of the United States of America — who have agreed to allow their government to exist so long as that government does not violate simple unalienable rights listed in their Constitution.

Sounds fair enough to me! “Abridge” according to my dictionary says, “to shorten a book, movie, speech, or other text without losing the sense.” Consequently, this document does appear to in fact state that God, an omnipotent being, has given to the whole of man-kind an opportunity to practice liberty and freedom, and in doing so to petition their government for a redress of grievances, grievances of which can be redressed by nominating a new candidate, perhaps a beloved pro-bono doctor, to be placed on the Republican party ballot, without anybody worrying about the government “shortening” any aspect of American freedoms to petition for that idea, or any idea seeking a redress of grievances from the government.

Thankfully for Americans everywhere, these so-called “founding fathers of our country” wrote the Constitution to protect their posterity from something they fought dearly against called “tyranny,” which they found was evident and a-foot when the government no longer had the consent of the people to govern. One founding father even foretold that the government may one day claim to be “protecting” the people by “abridging” their freedoms away from them – he invented electricity on his spare time.

Funny, Marty Jackley also coincidently claims that his prosecution of Dr. Bosworth’s family is on an account of his “protecting the integrity of the elections” by criminalizing people petitioning for a redress of grievances from the government. In that case, to end this bad movie, there seems to be only one more thing left to do:

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The Empire Strikes Back, South Dakota Levies 12 Felonies Against Christian Missionary

“Attorney investigating EB-5 found dead shortly after uncovering his findings of state-sponsored corruption”

History_10_Things_You_Dont_Know_About_Ben_Franklin_SF_still_624x352 5 – 28 -2015 Sioux Falls, SD by Devin Saxon. The idea was in doubt from the very beginning, causing Benjamin Franklin to question what type of government this beautiful new independent country should adopt, “A republic, if we can keep it.” he famously spoke. A noble quote indeed, but it seems heeding these crucial words has ultimately surpassed South Dakota’s vigilance for freedom and liberty, as we remain caught up in the illusion of her care-free place in the world, adopting instead the farce which believes that South Dakota is a little invincible state where nothing bad ever happens. If that were true it would only be because “bad” doesn’t even begin to tease the layman of the magnitude of horrendous atrocities that are taking place across this sleeping country-side, this so-called “republic.”

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Hutterite Colony

Exhibit A:  THE BILL OF RIGHTS: In a republic all the good people living within hardworking Hutterite colonies would be allowed to address their grievances by petitioning to allow their doctor, Annette Bosworth, to run as a candidate for their interests, but in South Dakota we call that a crime against humanity and guilty of 12 felonies, showing our patriotism further by levying less felony charges against child molesters, rapists, and murderers. Is it not also a form of redressing grievances in and of itself to personally petition to run for Senate to end corruption in government? When asked on his thoughts of Dr. Annette Bosworth’s trial, Independent Candidate for Governor of South Dakota and Professor of Law, Michael Myers, had this to say, “I used to teach all these guys, and as former students of mine, I want to know why an attorney isn’t being charged with a crime here.”

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Exhibit B: THE DEATH OF BRADY FOLKENS: Essentially kidnapped from his mother over a herb, Brady was then sent to the STARS academy in Rapid City while he had a dire health ailment. Only after Brady was near death did state officials in Rapid City allow for him to receive medical treatment, but it was too late, Brady passed away en route back to Sioux Falls. In a republic there would have been crowds gathered in outrage to support Brady’s mother in getting the justice she deserves, but in South Dakota the media ignores her, and following along so do the people. Dawn Folkens-Ballegooyen can not even find an attorney in this state that is willing to challenge the state government.

Exhibit C: THE DEATH OF RICHARD BENDA: Solely blamed by South Dakota’s state officials for millions of dollars stolen in the EB-5 scandal, Benda was then found dead in the woods with a crater in his stomach from a shotgun blast. Although the shotgun found nearby had a barrel length which made it impossible for him to have pulled the trigger himself, the state found that Benda had, “committed suicide.” In a republic the people would have appointed an investigator to uncover the truth, but in South Dakota that individual, Patrick Duffy dies, nobody notices, we get a lengthily delayed releasing of Benda’s death record, and the ‘death by stick’ theory is sent out to be gobbled by state-controlled media, case closed, go home, nothing to see here. When someone commits suicide in South Dakota they don’t do it in an inefficient and agonizing manner, you can go back to work now, and by the way, it was that Benda guy who stole all that EB-5 money, nothing else, carry on.

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American-Revolution-Hero-HIn a republic, South Dakota would not prohibit the Hutterite people their God given RIGHTS to petition their grievances against the government by nominating Dr. Annette Bosworth to run on their behalf for Senate. In a republic there would be no need to petition to gain access to a ballet to begin with. In a republic economic development directors don’t wind up dead in the woods with out explanation. In a republic, the people of Sioux Falls would be utterly outraged that those damned hogs in Pierre would dare levy 12 felony counts against an independent christian physician living in our city. IN A REPUBLIC THE PEOPLE BEING DECENT AND HONORABLE WOULD NOT ALLOW A MOTHER TO BARE THE STRUGGLE ALONE IN RECEIVING JUSTICE FOR THE MURDER OF HER SON!!! IN A REPUBLIC THE PEOPLE OF SIOUX FALLS WOULD BE AT EVERY INTERSECTION OF THIS CITY SCREAMING HELL NO!!! THIS MUST STOP!!!! Is South Dakota a republic? Or is it as defectors of freedom, justice, and the Constitution have always claimed, “a shame from the beginning?”

“HIGH NOON SATURDAY: 41st St. and Louise Avenue THE PEOPLE OF SIOUX FALLS CRY OUT FOR REAL JUSTICE!!!”

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 Scenes from Saturday’s Protest Against Corruption on 41st St & Louise Ave, Join Us Tomorrow at HIGH NOON on 41st St & Minnesota Ave!

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Why is South Dakota’s State Government Covering up Richard Benda’s Murder?

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Richard Benda

10-29-14 By Devin Saxon. The Former Economic Development Secretary of South Dakota, Richard Benda, who at the time of his death was facing accusations of embezzling money from South Dakota’s Treasury using his administrative position handling a controversial EB-5 program, which was approved by then Governor Mike Rounds, was found dead near Charles Mix County’s West Goose Lake Township in Lake Andes, South Dakota under mysterious circumstances on October 22, 2013. For days no media coverage, only one local reporter detailed the incident. It is painfully curious that out of every self labeled journalist in the entire state of South Dakota, only one was truly dedicated enough to justice, and haloed in his duty, to provide the facts for all the good people of this great state; especially when it is an obvious high profile case pertaining to the unexplained death of S.D.’s former Economic Director. Thankfully for us today, due to the punctual reporting of Luke Hagen from the Mitchell Daily Republic, we may have had all along uncovered the smoking gun. Within Hagen’s Oct. 24, 2013 report may quite possibly reveal the true culprits of an obvious incident of foul play which after careful examination of all the evidence, is unquestionably involved with this incident.

Abandoned farmstead where Jim Johanneson said he found Richard Benda's body
Abandoned farmstead where Jim Johanneson said he found Richard Benda’s body

According to the Mitchell Daily Republic, Jim Johanneson, the first to find South Dakota’s deceased former Economic Development Secretary, claims he found Richard Benda “laying face down” and immediately reported his findings to the local Sheriff’s Department; stating to Luke Hagen of the Mitchel Daily Republic that he thought Benda had collapsed at that particular location from a “heart attack,” adding that he “did not see any blood” upon his discovering the body. Ray Johanneson, Jim Johanneson’s older brother, spoke with Jim shortly there after. According to Hagen’s October 2013 report,  Jim told his older brother Ray that he witnessed Benda’s body laying “dead in a grove of trees near an abandoned farmstead, along side some trees or whatever” and again affirmed that he “couldn’t see any blood, no nothing” but did “find his gun” also “laying along side a tree.” Most peculiar is that Ray Johanneson later claimed to the Mitchell Daily Republic that the “U.S. Marshals Service and state attorney general’s office had been involved with the investigation” at that time. The Johanneson family says Benda was hunting on their property while they were away and have since remained silent, and refused comments except in their initial prompt, but critical bombshell interviews with Luke Hagen.

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U.S. Marshals

Besides missing the boat on uncovering why U.S. Marshals were present investigating Benda’s death less than two days after it occurred, or better yet why a U.S. Federal Agency whose jurisdiction regularly pertains to the apprehension of fugitives,  the transferring of prisoners, or the managing of seized assets acquired through illegal means, were on scene in the first place investigating Richard Benda, who at that time, had already been deceased for two days, was not a fugitive, and had no known property seized.

Apparently not one word from the corporate media concerning this story was deemed worthy to print. That is until over thirty days after Benda’s body was found dead, “along side some trees or whatever” did the main stream media finally begin to ask some serious questions. One key question pertaines to Richard Benda’s Death Certificate, a public record, which was withheld from journalists covering the story; as was reported on by Amicus Lector of the Argus Leader. Lector claims that even after paying his $15 fee for a copy of the record, at least thirty days had past with no word from administrative authorities on the medical examiner’s determinations regarding the circumstances of Richard Benda’s death. Comparatively in just over one week, Lector claims that he was able to attain a death certificate for Tyrese Ruffin, the son of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson who died brutally in a case of child abuse.

S.D. Attorney General Marty Jackley accused of refusing to release Benda's death records
S.D. Attorney General Marty Jackley accused of refusing to release Benda’s death records

However finally, after patiently waiting more than 60 days, Richard Benda’s Death Certificate was finally released, and what the State government concluded is unnerving. Stunningly, although a key eyewitness to the body saw “no blood” at the scene, according to the Medical Examiner, Benson had died on an account of a “penetrating wound of the abdomen with a shotgun.” State officials concluding in the death certificate that Benda had “committed suicide” by “securing the shotgun against a tree,”  before using a “stick to pull the trigger to shoot himself.” 

Bob Mercer, Journalist who sued the Attorney General for Benda's Death records
Bob Mercer, Journalist who sued the Attorney General for Benda’s Death records

Since this outlandish claim of “suicide” by “stick” was the best police work that the South Dakota State Government could answer for to all the hard working taxpayers of this great state, it is no wonder Bob Mercer of the Aberdeen American News brought the issue to the courts, as was reported on by David Montgomery of the Argus Leader. Unfortunately for the cause of justice, Mercer’s noble attempt at receiving more answers pertaining to Benda’s suspicious passing this past October 20, 2013, were struck down by Circuit Court Judge Kathleen Trandahl who ruled in favor of the State Government represented by Attorney General Marty Jackley.

As if the United States’ Foreign Intelligence Court’s Lady Liberty mocking rulings deeming without shame that the National Security Agency’s Classified Spy Programs, all of which were controversially passed by a U.S. Congress currently sporting a 14% approval rating,

approval rating were unconstitutionally considered recently as NOT being  an invasion into the American peoples’ privacy, wasn’t already enough of a hard pill to swallow, the honorable Kathleen Trandahl of South Dakota concluded that the releasing of additional details into Richard Benda’s questionable death was an “unwarrented innvasion of personal privacy” outweighing evidently the public’s best interests, the taxpayers best interests, and the citizenry’s frontier truth seekers’ best interests against the “personal privacy” of Richard Benda’s ex wife Cathy Benda, who is representing Benda’s immediate family. The same immediate family of whom Cathy Benda has been so courteously threatening to sue, according to David Montgomery, if any of them, even Richard’s own blood relatives, give their consent to the honest South Dakotan tax payers to view Richard Benda’s death report. Taxpayers of whom Kathy Benda’s ex-husband has been found to benda tweet bighave embezzled money from during his tenure as South Dakota’s Economic Development Director. Embezzled money that she, as Richard Benda’s immediate family representative, would surely have participated in helping Richard spend. What would the American people do if they didn’t have the sensible court system South Dakota enjoy’s to protect them from the intrusions of the other branches of government, or the obvious injustices occurring to the people of whom they are supposedly serving?

Once again that corporate “de facto” beast cast down onto us by the the American BAR Association, hell bent on only distorted facts over the equality of laws, has laughably dismissed several clear facts pertaining to the death of Richard Benda. Of them the fattest fact of them all, inexcusably overlooked by the 6th Circuit Court which insidiously arrived at a truly perverted conclusion to ignore it; that fatty being the recent revelations that Senator Mike Rounds, who was at the time South Dakota’s Governor during Richard Benda’s tenure as

Mike Rounds signed off on EB-5 which Benda used to embezzle money.
Mike Rounds signed off on EB-5 which Benda used to embezzle money.

South Dakota’s State Secretary of Economic Development and Tourism, had not only approved of Richard Benda’s economic plan to use EB-5 programs to line Benda’s pockets, but appointed Benda to his position to begin with. One can confidentially assume with high probability that Mr. Rounds may have also approved of Benda’s embezzling to line his own pockets as well.

Also overlooked by the Judiciary is that Marty Jackley, who was first appointed as Governor Round’s Attorney General, is the same Attorney General holding office today currently interfering with journalists getting access to any information regarding the pathetically explained death of Richard Benda,

No worries though, the honorable to her lone self Circuit Court

Judge Kathleen Trandahl
Judge Kathleen Trandahl

Judge Kathleen Trandahl did manage to take at least one fact into consideration. That fact being that because of one D.C.’s judges refusing journalists access to crime scene photos of another suspiciously ruled suicide involving Vincent Foster (aid to then President Clinton), whose bureaucratically plagued court ultimately ruled that the immediate Foster family members had an interest in being, “shielded” to “secure their own refuge from a sensation-seeking culture for their own peace of mind and tranquility”, that that meant to the honorable Trandahl of South Dakota thousands of miles from the practices of that Washington D.C. “sensation seeking” culture, that all common logic and reason should be cast swiftly aside, as the un-honorable Trandahl found justifiable to cite that entirely irrelevant decades old D.C. Vincent Foster case, which was deliberated within a Wall-Street pal pocket-booked 90’s D.C. courtroom, as her factual reasoning to forget her duties of upholding the Constitution in curtailing executive overreach highly suspected of corruption.

Are South Dakota’s hard working taxpayers not to have any peace of mind or tranquility in knowing that their courts and state government, who have recently been found, of all 50 States, as ranked second worst in allowing corruption, are themselves not being tranquil and honest? Only to a fool Is it to be just brushed aside that unlike Richard Benda, Vincent Foster wasn’t under investigation for embezzlement, or that unlike Richard Benda Vincent Foster wasn’t given the go ahead to embezzle money by his boss, or that unlike Richard Benda Vincent Foster’s death records weren’t being contested in court by the same Attorney General appointed by the same boss who gave the same go ahead for the  supposedly coincidentally and now conveniently dead former Economic and Development Secretary Richard Benda.

Where is it that the South Dakotan taxpayer’s are to take refuge from their Government beckoning out to all the world that only by personally knowing insiders in South Dakota is it allowed for businesses to thrive? Will our State Officials insist that they found the economy “dead, along side some tree or whatever” when the free market tanks into the gutter as is generally subsequent of economies filled with corrupted courts and corrupted state officials? Will the State Government then declare that the economy taxpayers alone support has simply murdered itself by securing a shotgun against a tree before it decided to pull the trigger with a stick?  Will the State Government then tell the taxpayers that the economy only blasted a hole in its chest; no need to review the death records we need to protect the economy’s immediate family, Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan Chase, the Berkshire Hathaways Club, the Koch Bros, the Walton family, the Mars family and Barclay’s from you silly Americans with your silly “sensation-seeking culture”?

What we have managed to learn so far about the death of Richard Benda is certain one day to come full circle. Hidden within this mystery are few clues which are sure to reveal a yet an even bigger picture, likely an all encompassing corrupted plague sweeping across the American countryside. Who were those U.S. Marshals? How did they arrive so quickly on scene, and why were they investigating a case out of their jurisdictions? Why was their a discrepancy between the man who initially reported Richard Benda’s dead body and what was reported on his Death Certificate?  Why did the State Government take so long to produce basic documents to journalists? Why is Benda’s ex-wife threatening to sue her own family to keep them quiet? Why is the Attorney General so keen on preventing Bob Mercer from inquiring in Richard Benda’s death records? Who all had a hand in that loot of EB-5 taxpayer cash the State Government has so conveniently entirely blamed on Benda? But most of all, how long are South Dakotans going to remain asleep at the wheel as their government is walking its boots all over them?